I liked it. I mean, it’s nowhere near as good as the first, but a definite improvement from the second. Honestly, I still would’ve (reluctantly) paid to see it, just because it’s a wrap up of the trilogy and I am all about closure, however, I got to see it for free so I really can’t complain too much.
A few things:
- A lot of people were put off by the giraffe scene in the trailer (myself included—I really love giraffes), but it’s really not that bad in the movie. It happens in the beginning and the giraffe looks completely fake so that makes it easier to handle.
- It didn’t exactly follow the same formula as the first two; but Doug did disappear early on. And Stu shrieked constantly. And Alan was even more clueless. (I had no problems with Bradley Cooper, though I am completely biased because I am a huge fan and have been watching Silver Linings Playbook nonstop this past week)
- There’s a scene during the credits.
- The crazy Stu thing in this movie is easily the most unsettling one.
As long as you don’t go into this movie with high expectations, you should enjoy it just fine.
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